New Riders of the Purple Sage Live at Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden on 1973-03-18
I Don't Know You
One Too Many Stories
It's Alright With Me
Teardrops In My Eyes
Truck Driving Man
Take A Letter Maria
Long Black Veil
Hello Mary Lou
Sweet Lovin' One
I Hear A Voice Callin'
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
She's No Angel
You Should Have Seen Me Running
I Don't Need No Doctor
Last Lonely Eagle
Honky Tonk Women
Willie And The Hand Jive
The Race Is On
Johnny B. Goode
John Dawson - rhythm guitar, vocals
David Nelson - lead guitar, vocals
David Torbert - bass, vocals
Buddy Cage - pedal steel guitar
Spencer Dryden - drums
Guests: Jerry Garcia, Keith Godchaux, Donna Jean Godchaux, Bob Weir, and Ramblin' Jack Elliot
Subject: Best show ever
Subject: I was there!
Subject: Wow brings back memories
@ scozac- I was at the (most underrated venue) Aladdin show that you speak of, and it was incredible. Sless and Buddy were amazing, as was the entire performance. Saw DNB at Mt Tabor a couple months ago and was blown away as well. Wish I were seeing these guys at String Summit next weekend at Hideout!
Get this show if you don't already have it
Subject: Fix Me!
Subject: GO LOSSLESS!
Just saw NRPS and Moonalice last night at the wonderful Aladdin Theatre in good ole Portland, Oregon. NRPS brought the crunchiest sound I've heard them play, with 2 drummers, the guy from David Nelson Band and the occasionaly sit in by Barry Sless from DNB and Moonalice, sometimes Phil and Friends was sweet cosmic country psychedelia, just the way it's supposed to be!
Oh yeah, this show , 3-18-73 has a bunch of the Grateful Dead sitting in at various points, a nice latter day collaboration!
Subject: grat times of past
"i don't need no doctor" features jerry on electric guitar with blistering leads. man, that's good. while things are hit and miss, sloppy in some spots, the fun factor here is on HIGH.
what a treat. new york and frisco heads were spoiled for the better part of three decades. of course, frisco heads got the golden chalice, but metropolis was a close second.
the djs have it right to say, 'gee, golly, things seem rather more amplified tonight, don't you think?' 'yeah, gosh. i don't think i've ever seen the riders more electric.' we needn't wink or elbow nudge to know what that's all about.
check out how bobby mellows the crowd for a blissful mini-acoustic set. right where it all needs to be.
awesome versions of old nrps favorites and fab collaborations. more than passable sound, though somewhat variable and muffled.
Subject: Great NRPS Show
Subject: One of the finest NRPS concerts I ever heard
Subject: The N.R.P.S. album...
Subject: GET IT TRUST ME
Subject: With Garcia and Weir
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